common things we do
If you need yard cleanup, pruning, or branch removal feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get it done for you.
First, we’ll mow your grass, cutting it to a height of 2-3 inches, tailored to suit your grass type, (most likely Kentucky bluegrass). Next, we’ll trim the outer edges of your lawn to ensure a clean and defined perimeter. After that, we’ll edge along sidewalks and borders to provide a sharp and polished finish. Additionally, we’ll carefully pick up any clippings and debris, ensuring that your lawn remains looking good. Finally, we’ll blow away any remaining grass clippings and debris, leaving behind fine-looking mow lines that enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of your lawn.
Identifying weeds is crucial before initiating weed control efforts. Manual removal is effective for small areas or isolated weeds, ensuring to extract the entire weed, including the roots, to prevent regrowth. Pre-emergent herbicides, like Scotts Halts Crabgrass & Grassy Weed Preventer, create a barrier preventing weed seeds from sprouting and are applied in early spring. For post-emergent control, choose the right herbicide such as Roundup (glyphosate) for non-selective treatment or Ortho Weed B Gon for selective control of broadleaf weeds. Mix and apply herbicides carefully to avoid damage to desirable plants and consider environmental factors like wind during application.
To trim someone’s bushes effectively, start by assessing the size, shape, and health of the bushes to determine the extent of trimming required. Next, equip yourself with the appropriate tools, such as hedge shears or pruning shears, ensuring they are sharp and clean to make precise cuts without damaging the bushes. Begin by removing any dead, diseased, or overgrown branches, cutting them back to healthy growth points to promote new growth and maintain the desired shape. Take care to trim evenly and uniformly across the bushes, stepping back periodically to assess progress and make adjustments as needed. Finally, clean up any debris and dispose of trimmings properly to leave the bushes looking neat, tidy, and rejuvenated.